Today’s Kindle deals include An Approach to Extended Memorization of Scripture by Andrew Davis ($0.99); Cold-Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace ($0.99); How to Read the Bible in Changing Times by Mark Strauss ($4.99). As always, Amazon has their monthly selection of general market books at $3.99 or less that may be worth browsing through.
This month’s free audiobook from Christian Audio is Kevin DeYoung’s Taking God at His Word.
“Andy Stanley knows the Bible. As the son of the popular Baptist pastor, Dr. Charles Stanley, he has grown up under Bible teaching and preaching. As a pastor of a very large megachurch, North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, Andy Stanley has spent much time reading and studying the Bible. So, why does it seem that Andy Stanley has a problem with the Bible on so many different levels?”
This anecdote from Paul Washer cracked me up. (And, on a satirical note, In Lieu Of Sermon, Paul Washer Glares At Congregation For 43 Straight Minutes.)
John Piper may no longer lead a church, but he still has the heart of a pastor.
Russell Moore: “Regardless of whether or not Trump’s comments come from a genuine and convictional pro-life worldview, all pro-life Americans need to make this issue clear: Protecting unborn babies is not about punishing women, but punishing an industry and a culture that dehumanizes human beings.” (Denny Burk also comments.)
I enjoyed this longform article on the pharmaceutical industry and how they can bamboozle us into buying ineffective and unnecessary medications. (Note: Click the button on the bottom-right to skip the splash page.)
This Day in 1743. 273 years ago today, David Brainerd began his missionary work among the Native Americans of New Jersey. *
This short video explains all need to know about speed limits (and why your speedometer never quite matches your GPS).
I guess God’s Not Dead 2 comes to theatres this weekend. In the meantime, here’s a review of the first movie that does a good job of explaining objections to the first one.
Spiritual credibility springs from a holy and pure life. —Jerry Wragg